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The Wolf Wore Plaid (Highland Wolf #6) (Mass Market Paperbound)

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This is book number 6 in the Highland Wolf series.


An overprotective wolf meets his match in the Scottish Highlands of today...

Heather MacNeil has never backed down from a fight. So when some shady shifters from a neighboring enemy clan come looking for trouble, she refuses to feed their satisfaction. There's only one wolf that makes her go soft...

For packmate Enrick MacQuarrie, the work as second-in-command never ends--as the feud ignites, clan security is more vital than ever. But a certain unpredictable, feisty Highland lass is determined to stand up to the aggressors, and Enrick is equally determined to protect her.

The action builds as Heather and Enrick grow closer, but will they be willing to sacrifice their wild friendship for true love?

Praise for the Highland Wolf series:
Will leave readers longing for a Highlander of their own.--Romance Junkies
The chemistry is so sizzling it's a wonder the pages didn't start smoking.--Paranormal Kiss
Plenty of action and intrigue to keep the pages turning.--That's What I'm Talking About

Product Details
ISBN: 9781728228785
ISBN-10: 1728228786
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Publication Date: April 27th, 2021
Pages: 312
Language: English
Series: Highland Wolf

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It’s always hard to wait for the next Charles Lenox mystery to come out, and they keep getting better all the time.  In this one, a man’s body is found one night in 1855 on the last train into Paddington Station, but he has no identification, luggage, or possessions and the labels are cut out of his clothes.  Where does detective Lenox start?  At the same time, Lenox is hoping that his relationship with Kitty Ashbrook will deepen.  Finch’s characters are so engaging and show all the foibles of human nature, and his Victorian London setting is as delightful as ever—you can practically taste the tea and toast and feel the creeping mists. - reviewed by Nikki